The day started good with "UNC05-IS Q&A: Migrating Domino and Groupwise to Exchange 2007". I actually recently had to write a proposition for a Domino 5.0.5 migration to Exchange Server 2007 with Blackberry and with that in mind I attended this session. This was a great interactive session, a lot of stuff that I didn't … Continue reading "Tech-Ed: Review of Day 3"
Well, as OCS didn't really do it for me (yet?), i decided to skip my intended session and joined Sander at "SEC05-IS Cybercrime: The Art of Identity Theft!". It was as much fun as it was scary and shows how easy identity theft can be. Andy Malone showed some of the websites and tools used, … Continue reading "Tech-Ed: Review of Day 2"
Mmhh, I intended to post more regularly, but there so much other things to do, see and absorb! Day 1 started with keynote of Brad Anderson, General Manager Management and Service Division. System Center stuff and such. During the keynote they showed real nice management tools like System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008, which even … Continue reading "Tech-Ed: Review of Day 1"
What's in store for today? First of al the keynote by Brad Anderson, General Manager Management and Services Division. The first sessions for me wil be: "UNC202 – What's New in Office Communications Server 2007 R2", followed by "UNC201 – What's New in mobility and web access with OCS 2007 R2". OCS is fairly unknown … Continue reading "Tech-Ed EMEA Day 1 Preview"
So, just about two hours before the plain leaves to Barcelona. Yep, I'm going to Tech-Ed EMEA. Five days of sessions, meeting and such. I hope to blog every day on the stuff I learned and the people I met. So stay tuned!
One of the first settings I look for when examining an unknown Exchange Servers, is whether Circular Logging is enabled. Contrarily to some beliefs, it isn't something you should enable without reason. In my opinion, there are only 3.5 reasons to do this. For those who don't really know what Circular logging is, here a … Continue reading "Enabling Circular Logging (Round, Round you go)"
After some gently persuasion of a good colleague I've decided to start this blog. I'm Dave Stork, currently 32 years, married with no kids (unless you count the dog). After receiving my masters in biology, i decided to make a career change to IT. Currently I'm 7 years employed by the same company. In those … Continue reading "Me, Myself and I"